First launched in 1939, this car was produced in various times in history. This is because Chrysler used the Saratoga nameplate from 1939 to 1952 and from 1957 to 1960 in the U.S. market, in Canada through 1965, and in Europe from 1989 to 1995.
At first, it was produced as the most expensive full-size eight-cylinder model of the brand and it was available as a four-door sedan and the Hayes-bodied club coupe. The nameplate returned to the market in 1946 as the least-expensive eight-cylinder model. The latest Saratogas, sold in 1994 and 1995, were based on the US-market Chrysler LeBaron Sedan. and were all equipped with the 3.0 liter Mitsubishi V6 and the A604 automatic transmission. This made it a high performance good looking car for its time. It could comfortably fit two passengers, or up to four with significantly less comfort. This is a good choice for singles looking for a good ride.